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Alpine99


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Challenge: Temperature (Classic Editing)
Camera: Canon PowerShot S40
Location: My back yard
Date: Jul 13, 2003
Aperture: 5.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/320
Galleries: Abstract, Advertisement
Date Uploaded: Jul 13, 2003

Printed some chillis onto a sheet of paper.. Dipped the bottom edge in meths so it would light evenly and quickly across the bottom edge.. Hey presto!

Statistics
Place: 36 out of 92
Avg (all users): 5.5828
Avg (commenters): 6.0833
Avg (participants): 5.3971
Avg (non-participants): 5.7349
Views since voting: 1066
Votes: 151
Comments: 16
Favorites: 1 (view)


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07/21/2003 12:12:26 PM
Many of you commented on the pixellation of the printed image.. This was in fact my test sequence and I printed them in draft.. The only problem was none of the other sequences burned so well without curling, falling off the peg.. you name it.. Valuable lesson for me though.. Thanks for all your comments..
07/21/2003 09:56:05 AM
Grrr.. I hate it when my favrites end up in the middle of the deck.
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07/21/2003 07:48:01 AM
hmm. i thought this was really excellent, original, and creative.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/20/2003 12:16:37 PM
I looks a bit of a mess to me.
07/20/2003 07:20:47 AM
I understand the concept of this pic, but the printed photo resolution is very bad. The fire isn't showing really well either. I like the idea, the execution just didn't turn out as well as it could have.
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07/17/2003 07:29:33 PM
Nice to see the imagination at work. Nice job, I wish your prints of the peppers were sharper. 7
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07/17/2003 03:44:57 PM
excellent idea, just a bit grainy though (the pepper pic not your photo i think), not sure if that was your intent or not. ill still give it a 7
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07/15/2003 05:30:44 AM
This is a great idea - but the image is a bit noisy. Perhaps it would have been better to make the final image smaller to reduce that. After all it would not detract from the concept or the effect. [7]
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07/14/2003 11:15:29 PM
Looks illegal kind of. All three pepers are exactly the same.
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07/14/2003 03:11:36 PM
A fantastic idea, and very well captured.
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07/14/2003 10:29:10 AM
Chili peper print is pixelized,great idea to show hot, 8 from me!
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07/14/2003 09:58:56 AM
Cute idea. Clever and unique. Not sure about the whitish area of paper on the bottom. It's a bit distracting and looks out of place. I'm sure it's ash from the paper, just catches my eye.
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07/14/2003 09:51:39 AM
good idea - marred by poor quality printing of chillies :(
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07/14/2003 09:20:06 AM
I'm assuming this is a printout of the peppers that is being burned...? Would have been a bit stronger had the original image been a little sharper of the peppers, but this is a really cool idea and made me look twice.
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07/14/2003 08:32:50 AM
Great idea... shame that your chillies weren't anti-aliased, the pixelated look really detracts here. The composition is a bit too centred for my taste... 3 symmetrical chillies and a diagonal across the centre make this crop a bit unimaginative for me. 6
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07/14/2003 12:15:23 AM
I like this creative idea! Good job!
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